Sunday, 3 March 2013

Next week’s soaps

The BBC’s latest serial drama Skaggford has been a hit with TV soap fans. We review the main storylines for next week’s episodes.

While Baz, Maz, Lizzi and Maxxi plan their holiday in Magaluf, Amir realises he still has feelings for Jucee, even after she had Kyle’s name tattooed on her thigh after the birth of their baby Babe.

Jucee tells Amir she had the tattoo done when she was drunk and didn’t know what she was doing, but amid mounting tension, Amir realises he doesn’t believe her. He accuses her of seeing Kyle whenever his back is turned and storms out of the flat.

In floods of tears, Jucee waylays Dr Binj in the medical centre car park. Dr Binj reassures Jucee that her baby Babe will not grow up to be a moron as long as Jucee cuts down the salt in her diet and doesn’t give her so much junk food.

Meanwhile, a repentant Sami-Ann realises that when Daggs said he was going clubbing, he didn’t mean he was clubbing baby seals. She admits she panicked after watching too many nature programmes and offers to take him back. However, Daggs is reluctant because of his secret feelings he’s developed for Maz since the chip shop fight.

Meanwhile the police are investigating the Hi Five kebab house fire. Gossip at the Dog's Head says Pozza and Nozza started it in revenge for Simmo putting dog food in Pozza’s special birthday kebab.

Soul is busy choosing a name for her new baby, but Rik points out that she can’t use Vax because it happens to be a brand of vacuum cleaner.

Soul is angry and hurt by this and her distress boils over as she screams at Mr Braithwaite that she won’t go on holiday with him even though he bought her a posh drink during the pool match at the Dog's Head.

To be continued...


Sackerson said...

Iss doin myeddin. Whaddavyer dunnerme?

Sam Vega said...

I'm forwarding this to a commissioning editor I know at the BBC. Expect a call.

Demetrius said...

I'm very sorry to day this, but in TV soaps there does need to be an element of fiction and clear signs that there is dramatisation at work. This documentary form is all very well but should be called such rather than entertainment.

Mark Wadsworth said...

Awesome! When's the next instalment?

Woodsy42 said...

I love this fly on the wall stuff.

A K Haart said...

Sackers - itz allthisassle innit?

Demetrius - I tried to introduce a touch of drama, but real life just kept getting in the way.

Sam - ah! I thought she was selling something and cut her off. Oh dear.

Mark - as soon as I cut out some more cardboard characters.

Woodsy - so do I. Better than fiction any day.

James Higham said...

Sounds like something from Snatch.

A K Haart said...

James - I had to Google that, not being a film buff. Even so, a spoof film plot appeals!